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Ionic Craze: Marketing Hype or Miracle Tool?
And since we’re always looking for new ways to battle frizz, many curlies buy into the ion craze. But is it just hype or do these ionic products really make a difference?
Detangling a 2-year-old
Maintaining tangle-free hair will probably help a youngster deal with getting her hair combed.
Honey Kisses for Body and Soul
Our friends the bees produce many items useful for natural hair and body care products.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Inky Loves Nature
Inky Loves Nature's attitude is "look good, smell good, feel good, be good and do good."
Preservatives in Personal Care Products
Preservatives frequently cause dermatological reactions and sensitizations in users of shampoos, cosmetics, and skin care products.
Straight Facts about Straightening
While you might like to wear your hair wavy or curly most of the time, sometimes it's nice to have a straighter, sleeker look.
What's the Scoop on Silicones?
Our CurlChemist gives you the true facts about silicones
Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
To maintain healthy hair, you have to treat it with a deep conditioning mask on a regular basis. You also have to have the right tools for styling.
The Beauty of Meadow Foam
Products containing meadow foam oil may also be just the ticket to simple, healthy, sexy-looking curly hair. To begin to understand why it is such an important oil for us, let’s explore the plant that yields the oil.
These Aren't Your Mother's Diffusers
For people with curls and kinks, a diffuser is an invaluable tool in their arsenal. Diffusers allow gentle heat to speed up the drying process without the wind of a blowdryer.
Dealing with Damage Done to Your Hair by…Water?
Since most of us encounter water with less-than-ideal components in it on a fairly regular basis, it is a great idea to have on hand a good clarifying shampoo with some EDTA, citric acid, or other acids and a deep conditioner.
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
When used correctly, the right styling tools will allow you to have total frizz control and style management.
Size Matters: The Nanotech Explosion
Nanotechnology is the latest trend in curly hair products
Curls for a Cure — A Year-Round Crusade for Breast Cancer Research
Instead of collecting money through pink products, as many companies do, Ouidad decided to transform Curls for a Cure into an ongoing campaign, where all the money goes to research.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Kynk
Esenje Bonga has a simple philosophy: "If you can't eat it, why would you put it on your body?"
Why Do Companies Discontinue Products?
Manufacturers say products aren't discontinued without cause. There are several reasons why a product may disappear from the shelves.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Tight, curly hair should always be cut dry. Blow dry the hair out with a wide-tooth comb -- not completely straight -- and leave a little elasticity.
Dessert Products That Tempt Your Tresses!
“With dessert-like hair care products, you can still get the same kind of personal sensation and satisfaction without having to eat the chocolate chip cookie, literally. And vanilla, from an aromatherapy perspective, is very calming and soothing.”
Monoi Tiare: The Tropical Elixir for Fabulous Hair and Skin
This article features Monoi Tiare (also called Monoi de Tahiti), the fabulous Tahitian oil featured in intoxicating soaps, shampoos, conditioners, oils and even styling pomades -- all designed to protect the hair and skin from the ravages of salt water, overexposure to sunlight and everyday dryness we curly tops are all too familiar with.
Curly Hair Q&A: Lorraine Massey
Curly girls are natural weather barometers. Frizz factors reside in different climates on different days. My rule of thumb is to always use more rather than less.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: By Human Designs
Craig Davis has studied healthy living for the more than two decades -- from "Planet Health," his radio talk show on holistic health issues, to nutritional consulting work for companies.
Curl Fever Hits Oklahoma
More than 75 people gathered for the first "Just About Curls" event
Summerizing Kids’ Skin and Hair
Harsh ultraviolet rays, chlorine and saltwater can wreak havoc on a child's hair and skin.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Marsha Coulton
Marsha Coulton launched Curl Junkie after a successful career on Wall Street
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Anytime you can still maintain a deep wave pattern when wet, it is considered a texturizer -- a technique, which softens and elongates the natural wave for more manageability.
Curly Kids in the Media
Curls, kinks and coils, once all but ignored by the media, now are celebrated by such companies as GapKids, Nordstrom and Children's Place.